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way from november. this morning the focus is on you, me, and the rest of america getting these taxes done on time. >> from washington, i'm tracy potts. wbal-tv 11 news. >> similar rallies are being planned around maryland including towson, annapolis, westminster and rockville. >> a baltimore woman says she was denied the ability to be a foster mother due to her faith. they denied her application because she does not allow pork products in her home. despite the woman's assurance she would on this religious beliefs of any child in her care. they have filed a complaint on the woman's what behalf which brings us to our water cooler question of the day should family services be allowed to deny a child to a forster family due to religious beliefs? email us your response to watercooler@wbaltv.com. >> apparently this is all takeover issue of whether the woman serves pork in her household which she doesn't and that's why she was rejected. go figure. the time nine minutes after the hour, 42 degrees on tv hill. coming up the morning's financial news. >> and the death toll continues to rise as
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their recovery to be slow. >> investors hope for good news from bank of america today. jane king has the story and more in this morning's bloomberg business report. >> big focus this morning. soon we should start getting quarterly results from general electric and bank of america. analysts surveyed by bloomberg expect bank of america to see its return after two straight quarters of losses. and speaking of banks, today president obama will meet with his economic advisors to discuss regulating wall street. that bank reform bill may hit the senate floor next week. plus, a panel looking into the government's role in the collapse of washington mutual. and this morning, we'll get reports on home construction and consumer confidence. stocks in asia and europe have been falling this morning as google reported a disappointing quarterly profit. yesterday did manage to close higher on optimism the economy is growing. that's your bloomberg maryland index. couldn't keep up. dragged down by reits. have you ever been with your child becoming a wall street fat cat? put that business bug by hosting your daught
of test advertisers that include best buy, virgin america, sony pictures, and starbucks, montgomery others. twitter has grown in popularity in the last four years, from four million users in 2008 to about 69 million worldwide right now. optimism about the economy is helping stocks continue to rise on wall street. 11 news reporter jane king has that story and more in the morning's bloomberg business report. >> good morning. lots on our plate today just ahead of the opening bell. we'll get a report on inflation and retail sales. plus intel may give stocks a boost today, especially the nasdaq. the chipmaker says it expects second quarter sales of as much as $10.6 billion, way more than economists surveyed by bloomberg had expected. and intel is the brain behind the personal computer. also on our radar, j.p. morgan chase, it will report its quarterly results just about an hour from now. and yesterday, stocks closed higher thanksed to confidence in the economic recovery. and your bloomberg maryland index also posted gains. keep an eye on omega investors. shares climbed over 2% now. omega says i
for a limited time. america runs on dunkin'. get swept up with the big chocolate taste of mocha iced coffee from dunkin' donuts. it's just another one of our delicious, refreshing iced coffee flavors -- grab one today! america runs on dunkin'. >> a very good monday boy. it is a great morning for some stroller striding. these children have been so good all morning long. it is a great workout for mother and child. eight free class if you want to check it out. -- a free class. it feels colder with the wind around. we will see a beautiful sunny skies crate in joy it. we will have a chance for some showers later in the league. -- enjoy it. the children are starting to react. >> get a cup of coffee. >> enjoy your day. >> a chilly start. we will make it up to 63. a lot of sunshine today. a chance for some showers on wednesday. it will be tried for the next few days. maybe some rain in the middle of the week. >> stop ringing the doorbell. >> bit couple of problems. . we have some normal volume- related delays. darlington road, an accident location. normal drive times. would he give you a quick live look
final. >> the new rules will be phased in by 2016 requiring cars and trucks on america's roads to get 35.5 miles a gallon. that's a nearly 50% increase. president obama looked at today's announcement. >> those new standards will be finalized. it will help folks spend less at the pump. my administration is upholding its end of the deal. >> we're pleased that there is going to be one clear national road map that is going to apply to all 50 states. >> environmentalists stunned by the drilling news cheer this. >> we'll see less emissions from vehicles. g.m.'s super efficient volt, chorge's turbo charged polling, all in the pipe lien set to save oil. >> that is like taking 58 million cars off the road for an entire year. >> it will save drivers in gas money but cost them an extra thousand or so when they buy a car. >> we're asking consumers to step up with us and buy some of these fuel-efficient technologies. it will save them money ultimately and it will help reduce our dependence on foreign oil. >> from government and industry, a coordinated pitch. as for gas savings, the government estimat
or cinnamon raisin. here for a limited time. america runs on dunkin'. get swept up with the big chocolate taste of mocha iced coffee from dunkin' donuts. it's just another one of our delicious, refreshing iced coffee flavors -- grab one today! america runs on dunkin'. >> we have a couple accidents we have been tracking all morning. 30 is still closed in hampstead. are wrapping up a fuel spill. in annapolis, there is an accident there as well. typical stuff happening on our major roadways. this is at liberty and it stretches down towards edmundson. " do you hear that? >> what is that? we have been hearing that for awhile. it is cold this morning. upper 30's and low 40's. it will be warmer than yesterday. we will add 10 degrees tomorrow. it will be in the 80's on saturday and sunday. a chance for some thunderstorms on summit. i think most of the weekend will be dry. a beautiful stretch of whether coming up over the next couple of days. it is cold now. close to 70 this afternoon. "i do not believe you, whether man." >> we're back with a live update. to an end to the radio traffic and weather
is the crushing cost of health care right here in america. [applause] >> it is a theme he is likely to echo again today in north carolina. some critics say there are concerns that it could have a negative economic impact. >> some companies have had to take his financially because of. i think it will play out in the>> the white house has to counter its critics and push forwbal-tv. >> one of the top education officials paid a visit to the morgan state university to a plot and inspire. it was the annual honors convocation. he urged others to strive for greatness and applauded those that were honor students. they want to increase the graduation rates at america's historically black colleges and institutions. >> i want to talk to the honor students. >> it makes me sad that a lot of people get the opportunity to come here, but they do not take advantage of it and end of graduating. that is a really low number. >> a recent data shows 44% of students credit rating from the university of maryland, eastern shore. some is due to a lack of financial aid that would allow kids to stay in school. they want to h
raisin. here for a limited time. america runs on dunkin'. get swept up with the big chocolate taste of mocha iced coffee from dunkin' donuts. it's just another one of our delicious, refreshing iced coffee flavors -- grab one today! america runs on dunkin'. >> not too horrible on this tuesday morning. >> we are starting to dry out. we have some accidents northbound at the jfx, a crash coming in there. there is another in towson. two planes are blocked at light street and lombard. but deny m.p.h. on south on 95 -- traffic is being backed up on southbound 795. 15 minutes on the outer loop west side. eight minutes on the inner loop to get you from 795 over to the j.f.x. northbound, watch for the accident reported. this is a live look, picking up in volume. aching for some sunshine. >> the wind will pick up because the front came through in last night. 63. partly cloudy this afternoon. breezy outside. by thursday, but we are where we should be temperature-wise. 77 on friday. this weekend, derby weekend, may 80. >> looking good. think you. >> thank you for joining us. be sure to tune in t
is on the crew's itinerary and what this means for america's future in space. >> after an early morning wake-up call, the crew has geared up and locked in for launch. >> got you loud and clear. >> the seven-member crew is scheduled to spend 13 days in space. their mission, to deliver eight tons of science equipment and supplies to the international space station. it's likely the last time a shuttle will be launched in darkness and one of just four remaining scheduled missions. >> i do have mixed feelings about ending the shuttle program. it has certainly served us very well. the shuttle has been a great work horse. >> as this rocket is put out to pasture, there are questions about the next phase at nasa. president obama has already grounded the constellation moon program during discovery's current mission the president will travel to kennedy space center to discuss the future of the agency. >> we always move on. we always have in america. right? we went from covered wagons to railroad cars. from railroad cars to automobiles. automobiles to airplanes and airplanes to rock elimination o- rocke
cheddar cheese or cinnamon raisin. here for a limited time. america runs on dunkin'. get swept up with the big chocolate taste of mocha iced coffee from dunkin' donuts. it's just another one of our delicious, refreshing iced coffee flavors -- grab one today! america runs on dunkin'. >> welcome back to 11 news today. live pictures from the downtown area, where down at the maryland science center this morning, it's 58 degrees. starting off to be a nice day. tv hill is getting a little greener today in keeping with this month's observance of arbor day, which is not until april 30. >> and sandra shaw joins us from outside our studios to tell us a little more about it and what you can do to help the environment as well. hey. >> well, plant a tree, simple as that. in honor of arbor day, the baltimore city forestry board has awarded wbal this gift. it is a rose bud tree, and we've been digging a hole this morning. i'm here with amanned and at that and david. tell us about the size of the hole. >> when you're planting a tree, you want to make sure that the hole is a lot wider and larger t
. >> there will be a lot more people in america and in baltimore county and the state of maryland who are going to have assets -- access to the care, provided that we have somebody there to give it to them. >> i am excited to be a part of this. i hope to come back as a nurse educator. >> we are checking on your morning commute. delays are forming around the area. watch for delays there at parallel plane. -- lane. closures remain in effect at towson. things are slowing down in certain areas. 795 bob in pretty good shape along with 70. delays are forming on old court road. 295 approaching175 you can find some of those slow spots. santer is hanging out with -- sandra is hanging out with the circus. >> we had the fun club earlier. this is the mischievous clown. he tries to bring everybody down literally during the circus. the ticket price is $14-a $75. there is a pre-show which is an hour before the first show starts. you can come down here on the floor and mead these -- meet these clowns. if you want to check it out, you can get to this which is free with the ticket. here is a look at your seven-day forec
praise in our history books. she deserves a place of honor in america's honor. >> he reflected on her life. >> look at her body of work. desegregating the ywca, laying the groundwork for integration in mississippi. strategizing with civil rights leaders, holding her own, the only woman in the room. >> she was surrounded by friends, dignitaries, and family, including her nephew. >> she was a good mentor and have the capacity to inspire other people to do the best they could. " she was born in richmond, virginia. she excelled in academics and led the national council of negro women for decades. tributes in words that included a not too were a signature style of colorful hats. >> she loved her flowers, hats, her daily sweet potatoes. >> we came to love her. we loved her stories and we loved her smile, and we loved those hats that she wore like a crown. >> a final farewell to a woman ahead of for its time. >> a tremendous example for women. . 6:28. there is much more to come in our next half hour. >> immigration reform could be coming to maryland. >> >> live, local, late-breaking, this is
america runs on dunkin'. >> a volunteer soccer coach is accused of molesting a child. details are next. >> there is a new fight on capitol hill about your money and the people who manage it. that story coming up. >> the city is cracking down on drunk and disorderly patrons. how do you feel about the idea? tougher fines on people who party too hard. >> another cool morning outside. how much warning? [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> good morning. i am mindy basara. >> and i am stan stovall. >> it is a little chilly. >> a light jacket. we will make it into the 60's this afternoon. we are in the 40's in most areas. 36 in frederick. 45 in columbia. the forecast for today is a mixture of sunshine and clouds. more sunshine this morning. the high temperature is 68 degrees. we will look at the seven-day forecast coming up. we say good morning to sarah caldwell. >> good morning. just a couple of problems to talk about. all lanes closed on kirk avenue because of a water main break. cecil avenue i
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